Read more about our research in environmental economics.
Research within our department covers several areas in environmental economics, including:
- applied energy economics;
- trade and environment;
- energy markets;
- climate change;
- economics of food safety;
- evaluation of environmental policy.
- Prasenjit Banerjee - game theoretic and experimental work on conservation and management of natural resources, behavioural impacts on environmental policies.
- Ron Chan - energy markets, air pollution, climate change, trade and environment.
- Edward Manderson – applied energy economics, globalisation and the environment, impacts of climate change.
- Dan Rigby - choice experiments and best-worst scaling; economics of food safety, health and environment; academic malpractice and contract cheating.
- Ada Wossink - environmental economic tradeoffs, the evaluation of environmental policy, sustainability and the provision of ecosystem services.
Regular presentations by researchers outside Manchester take place in our weekly applied seminar series.